6 CEU/clock hours
Location: 115 Stillman Hall
Target Audience: Social workers, Counselors, MFTs and students
Published by the American Psychiatric Association, the DSM contains the formal requirements for classifying and diagnosing mental disorders and has implications for insurance reimbursements. The revised DSM-5 (last released in May 2013) contains many changes, some of which are controversial. This training is a must for those employed in the mental health arena.
By the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand how to diagnose using the DSM-5 Multidimensional approach at it relates to children and adults
- Be familiar with the most significant changes made in the DSM-5
- Be able to interpret proper coding techniques related to the ICD-10 CM (vs. ICD-9-CM)
- understand the implications of the changes in the DSM-5 for practice and reimbursement by the insurance industry
Meet your presenter: .
Dr. Jacquelyn C.A. Meshelemiah is a licensed social worker and a proud and enthusiastic three time alum of The Ohio State University. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Social Work (BSSW), Master of Social Work (MSW), and doctorate (PhD) from the College of Social Work. Dr. Meshelemiah has taught courses across the curricula, but now exclusively teaches courses on the DSM-5 and Human Trafficking. She is the author and co-author of numerous publications, presentations, and trainings at the local, national, and international levels. Her professional travels have taken her to Ghana, Uganda, Ethiopia, England, Mexico, Costa Rica, Malta, and Canada on numerous occasions as well as all across the United States.
**Please note that it is important to bring a copy of the DSM-5 to this training**